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crooner

Syllabification: croon·er
Pronunciation: /ˈkro͞onər
 
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Definition of crooner in English:

noun

A singer, typically a male one, who sings sentimental songs in a soft, low voice.
Example sentences
  • What I really loved about that time was the vocalists, the crooners.
  • Hundreds of fans rose to their feet to sing the 1970s crooner's most famous song.
  • ‘Feelings,’ the sappy ballad sung by countless crooners, is rejuvenated in the hands of this master stylist.

Words that rhyme with crooner

harpooner, lacuna, lacunar, lampooner, Luna, lunar, mizuna, Oona, oppugner, Poona, pruner, puna, schooner, spooner, Tristan da Cunha, tuna, tuner, Una, vicuña, yokozuna

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